Australian state fast tracks review of second lng import terminal.

 
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Australia's New South Wales government said on Wednesday it will fast track its review of a liquefied natural gas (LNG) import terminal at the port of Newcastle, proposed by a South Korean firm, as the state urgently looks to beef up gas supply.

The $430 million Newcastle GasDock LNG project, planned by South Korean firm EPIK, was declared "critical state significant infrastructure", which means the project will not have to go to the state's independent planning commission for...

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